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Public Relations

All the People music group

"All the People" Prepares to Sing this Spring

Nehemiah 8 and 1 John 2:2 are the foundational passages of Scripture for the group and inspired their name.
Mitch Haag

From Capitol Hill to the Alaskan Coasts

While the majority of the world spent summer 2020 close to home because of the coronavirus pandemic, Mitch Haag, a junior history major from Grand Rapids, Michigan, was working remotely . . . from Alaska.
Bill Montgomery

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Gifted Networker Turns Passion Into Ministry

Bill Montgomery is Mr. Connections. It’s his ministry and his gift.
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ACT and SAT Optional for College Now

Students in grades 7-12 applying to take College Now courses are not required to submit an ACT or SAT test score through spring 2023.
biomedical engineering student and Dr. Rocco Rotello

High-Impact Learning: Strong Results on National Survey

Of the students who responded in the 2020 National Survey of Student Engagement, 95% said they had experienced a high-impact learning experience.
Cedarville men's basketball player dunking during a game against Lake Erie College in March 2019

Mom, Apple Pie, and Sports: Fandom Connects Us With Home

Senior communication major Lorin Barnes earns recognition for her research on sports fandom.
Prof. Jay Kinsinger holding a Sojourn Cyclery wooden bike

Professor's Wooden Bike Business in Rolls Royce Yearbook

"Strive for Perfection: Celebrating 110 Years of the Spirit of Ecstasy" is an official publication for the International Club for Rolls-Royce and Bentley Enthusiasts.
Olivia Ancil at music therapy

Cedarville Stories Podcast: God Makes a Way Through Tragedy

Cedarville alumna Olivia Ancil and her fiancé, Alex Arent, could not have predicted the long-lasting repercussions of the events surrounding a stroll in Holland, Michigan, last May.
pharmacy student gives a flu shot

Grant Provides Free Flu Shots

The Cedarville University chapter of Christian Pharmacists Fellowship International (CPFI) has been awarded a $500 grant to provide free influenza vaccines.
Alina Sanders

Bad Break For Christmas Break

Junior Alina Sanders has seen her faith grow and deepen as she has walked through recovery from injuries during two consecutive Christmas breaks.
Mark Weinstein and Rufus Mathew

Cedarville Stories Holiday RePodcast: Mission to the (United) Nations

Rufus Mathew grew up in Bahrain and never heard of Cedarville University. So how did he end up on the other side of the globe at this school in the cornfields? Listen to the Cedarville Stories podcast and find out.

Cedarville Stories Holiday RePodcast: New Year, Same Eternal Focus

Chuck Clevenger is a modern-day Renaissance Man. But more than that, he is a Great Commission Man, committed to investing in students so they might use their gifts to bring God glory now and in the ages to come.